I have finished reading the last few pages of your book. I was trapped in Dorking station toilets overnight, after a few drinks and a vindaloo. If it were not for the quality of paper used in this publication, my arse could have ended up being very sore. I got to page 250, and thank god, the Station Master let me out the next morning. Although I have only read the last forty two pages, the book is very good.
Rev. Pelmet Parson
I read this book, it had pages, and some pictures. There was lots of words written in black. The pages were white, which was nice. I read it in one hour. Then I read it again in another hour. Finishing when the big hand was on the twelve, and the little hand was on the three. Midnight.
It is a very good book, and looks like a book, which was nice, because I like books.
I write from my hospital bed, to inform you, that your book is so funny, I laughed my tits off. The surgeons have sewn them back on, but I think one is now higher than the other.
Please sign my copy and return. Thank you.
We have managed to smuggle a copy of your book onto the isle of Wight. It is in Mrs Scrongles kitchen cupboard. Can you please sign it for us when you come over. Keep the address a guarded secret.
Isle of Wight Librarian Front.